COURSE INFORMATION

From the first driven ball on June 20th 1954, to every ball launched off a tee today, Green Oaks Country Club has offered golfers of all levels a diverse, challenging, yet enjoyable layout for play. 

Donald Ross, famed professional golfer and our course architect, designed the course to be demanding for the most experienced golfers and playable for the novice. Ross has designed many famous courses such as  Pinehurst #2 in North Carolina, East Lake Golf Club in Georgia, and Oak Hill Country Club in New York. 

 

Below is a hole-by-hole description of our course layout, we hope you enjoy your round at Green Oaks Country Club

LAYOUT

Blue 406

White 371

Green (W) 361

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 5

Challenging and demanding uphill opening hole with a false front. 

Blue​ 378

White 363

Green(W) 359

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Blind dogleg left, with a downhill second shot, green slopes right to left.

Blue 152

White 145

Green(W) 141

White/ Blue Par 3

Green Par 3

This is our shortest and only par 3 on the front 9 surrounded by bunkers. 

Blue 371

White 361

Green(W) 278

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

One of our most scenic views. The out of bounds area runs the entire left side of the hole with a blind uphill approach. 

 

Blue 287

White 278

Green(W) 268

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Short, blind, dogleg right. Drive-able for a longer hitter, green is protected by multiple bunkers.  

Blue​ 383

White 369

Green(W) 357

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

This hole is home to a deceivable narrow fairway, with a drop off left of the landing zone. An accurate tee shot will bring reward. 

White 563

Blue 506

Green(W) 447

White/ Blue Par 5

Green Par 5

Provides the best overall view of the course. Long par 5 with a false front green for players attempting to reach the green in two. 

Blue 318 

White 279

Green(W) 270

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Short dogleg right, protected by a large out of bounds area. Difficult for players attempting to cut the corner. 

Blue 440

White 421

Green(W) 242

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Most demanding tee shot for the toughest hole on the course. Out of bounds right and left. Long second shot to a green that slopes back to front. 

Blue 328

White 311

Green(W) 303

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Sigh of relief after hole 9, this is by far our easiest hole, though the fairway is guarded heavily with bunkers   

Blue 403

White 394

Green(W) 303

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Arduous uphill hole, with a blind approach. Alignment aid towards the back of the green. Will need one extra club for approach. 

Blue 431

White 394

Green(W) 329

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Straight hole with a sloping right to left fairway. Pulled approach shots collect in a steep banked bunker near a two tier green. 

Blue​ 480

White 460 

Green(W) 409

White/ Blue Par 5

Green Par 5

Short par 5 with a narrow fairway and a large green. There is a slight slope on the fairway. 

Blue​ 217

White 205

Green(W) 154

White/ Blue Par 3

Green Par 3

First of the three long, challenging, par 3's on the back 9. This hole has a narrow green surrounded by 2 large bunkers. 

Blue​ 504

White 493

Green(W) 324

White/ Blue Par 5

Green Par 5

A narrow dogleg right with the famous "Green Oaks" tree in the middle of the fairway that could affect your second shot.

Blue​ 231

White 220 

Green(W) 171

White/ Blue Par 3

Green Par 4

Long tee shot to one of our most severely sloped greens. Par is a welcome score on this hole. 

Blue​ 208

White 199

Green(W) 191

White/ Blue Par 3

Green Par 3

This hole boasts a raised tee box so effective hitting distance is shorter than actual yardage. All green landings are rewarding with the green sloping away from the tee box. 

Blue​ 357

White 342

Green(W) 338

White/ Blue Par 4

Green Par 4

Inviting tee shot to players of all abilities with a tree lined fairway that makes your second shot difficult to determine.